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1. Employee Strikes Weave an Historic Thread Through Kansas City Employee Strikes Weave an Historic Thread Through Kansas City March 12, 2008 Article provides an historical overview of union labor strife in Kansas City; specifically three early labor strikes: 1889 Garment Makers Union walkout of the Swofford Brothers Shirt and Overall factory;...

2. Judge Smart Lived Up to His Name with Early Real Estate Purchases in KC Judge Smart Lived Up to His Name with Early Real Estate Purchases in KC May 10, 1989 Article describes Judge Thomas A. Smart who purchased land in the 1830s where downtown Kansas City would someday be. Smart also ran a store on the levee and eventually sold his land to Col. Thomas Swope....

3. Living Life To Its Fullest Living Life To Its Fullest August 20, 2003 Feature article on local historian and writer Dory DeAngelo. Growing up in the Northeast area, Dory discovered at an early age she had a love for the theater and acting. Although she never made it big...

4. Multimillionaire Kept Low Profile Multimillionaire Kept Low Profile February 21, 1990 Article on Lamon Vernon Harkness, who lived in Kansas City, Missouri from 1888 to 1891. Harkness inherited his wealth from his father, S.V. Harkness, who was a partner in Standard Oil. He was reported...

5. Profile: Kansas City Style Profile: Kansas City Style December/16/1990 Book review of "Kansas City Style" with photo and bio of Jane Flynn (and her co-author, Dory DeAngelo), a self-styled "'preservationist curmudgeon'" and former administrator of the Landmarks Commission...

6. Renaming Anderson Bridge Renaming Anderson Bridge September 1, 2004 Both local historian and writer Dory DeAngelo and photographer David Remley are heading an effort to rename the Anderson Bridge in the Northeast area to the Graham-Richardson Memorial Bridge. This would...

7. Revolutionary Cigar Factory Didn't Last Long in Kansas City Revolutionary Cigar Factory Didn't Last Long in Kansas City January 4, 1989 The American Cigar Co. announced in 1929 that they would open "the world's largest and finest cigar factory in Kansas City." The company opened in early 1930 at 6300 St. John in northeast Kansas City....

8. Through History Cliff Drive Has Remained a Gem Through History Cliff Drive Has Remained a Gem May 14, 2008 Article provides an historical overview of Cliff Drive located in historic Northeast Kansas City. Running through North Terrace Park (now George E. Kessler Park), Cliff Drive is roughly three miles long...

9. Weidenmann Family Came to Westport Area in 1850s Weidenmann Family Came to Westport Area in 1850s July 20, 1988 Article tells of the Weidenmanns, one of the early families in Westport. They operated a store in the building that now houses Kelly's Westport Inn from the 1860s until 1927 and had extensive land holdings...

10. When the Circus Came to the Northeast When the Circus Came to the Northeast November 21, 2007 Kansas City historian and author, Dory DeAngelo, reminisces about the days when traveling circuses would visit Kansas City and put on performances in the Northeast neighborhood. From the early-1930s through...